Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Re-discover the magic of Christmas at Belton

It may only be September but tickets for the hugely popular Christmas light trail at the National Trust’s Belton House, near Grantham, have already gone live due to high public demand.

This family-friendly one-mile magical festive trail will once again be awash with enchanting illuminations.

Christmas at Belton is full of seasonal surprises and shimmering reflections that cast light on beautiful silhouettes of majestic trees, all choreographed to a soundtrack of festive classics.

Independent street food vendors bring a delicious twist to tasty treats on offer. Have yourself a holly, jolly Christmas and complete your walk under the stars with a spiced winter warmer or hot chocolate shared with someone special.

Christmas at Belton provides a special way to celebrate the festive season with an unmissable outdoor experience. The trail is designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy.

Christmas at Belton is brought to you by Sony Music Limited in partnership with the National Trust. The trail is created by Culture Creative.

Trail highlights for 2021

  • Carol of the Bells – lighting up the night sky with colour changing spheres of light
  • Triangulate tunnel – walk through this triangular tunnel and immerse yourself in a sea of moving lights, colours and patterns that dance in time to the music
  • Neon tree – stand back and marvel at its branches interwoven with multicoloured neon lights

The trail opens from 25 November 2021 and closed on 2 January 2022 from 4.30pm, last entry 8pm and closes at 10pm. The festive trail is open on selected dates. Click or tap here to find out more and for details on bookings.

Image: Neon Tree by Culture Creative, My Christmas Trails 2020. Photo by Richard Haughton © Sony Music

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